Rocker Benji Madden struggles to watch TV talent shows because he hates seeing wannabes 'hurt' and 'shot down' by judging panels.
The Good Charlotte star, Benji Madden tuned in to new U.S. series "The Voice" on Tuesday night but admits the programme, which sees Christina Aguilera, Cee-Lo, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton pass judgement on singers, makes him "feel bad" for the participants who don't get approved.
In a series of posts on his Twitter page, he writes, "Man I love this show 'The Voice', but I feel bad when they don't make it. Damn man. Hurts 2c (to see) people get shot down. Hard 2put (to put) urself (yourself) out there."
"I get so excited for these people on 'The Voice' when they get picked man. And then they got the parents cryin back stage..."